I think we all know how typical it is for New Year’s resolutions to fail. Why is that? People get so excited about new habits, then the train just derails. As someone who has been pretty dedicated to self-improvement, achieved a lot of her goals, but also failed plenty of times along the way, I feel I can answer the above question pretty well. It boils down to self-awareness, honesty, and ACTION. I’ve identified the 2 biggest reasons why people stumble on their goals and how to overcome them.
As much as we all like to make fun of the cliche resolutions and temporarily packed gyms every January, there’s really no denying the fresh energy of a new year. It’s a fantastic time to take catalog of and process everything you’ve grown through over the past 12 months.
What improvements would you like to see in yourself during the new year?
To help you (and mostly to help myself), here is a year-in-review guide you can follow to sort out what you’ve experienced and set goals for the new year.
Despite the benefits of game-changers like cloud technology and a spectrum of headache-reducing SAAS applications, the health ecosystem has been adopting new technology at a much slower pace than most industries due to obvious concerns about cybersecurity, compliance regulations, and, of course, the always-important weight of cost-to-outcome ratio. High-stake matters indeed...
This little profile fix will make your Instagram account easier for your target market to find.
Have the almighty and mysterious gods of the Instagram algorithm killed the platform for marketers or is there a way to beat it?
If you refuse to serve, you'll never successfully lead. Giving completes the circuit of abundance. When you refrain from serving, you put a kink in the proverbial hose of affluence. And it'll make you feel pretty shitty after a while. The feeling of purpose will begin to fade away. Life will start to feel meaningless. But when you give, oh how the abundance flows...
As entrepreneurs, we have to wear a million hats so we're always looking for tools to make things easier on ourselves and for good knowledge sources to stay ahead of the curve. If we aren't up on the latest industry trends, if we're failing to continually improve our work processes, and if we're refusing to adopt technologies/tools to speed up our workflow - we'll get demolished by our competitors who do choose to grow and adapt. If you are here taking the time to read this blog in the first place, I doubt you are one of those people who refuses to learn and grow. So here are 11 of my favorite knowledge resources and tools to stay up to date and up to speed:
Being a lifestyle entrepreneur grants us the freedom to control our schedules, sleep in if we'd like, exercise at whatever time of day we'd like, take days off if we'd like, choose who our clients are, and a lot of other wonderful benefits. Unfortunately, being a lifestyle entrepreneur can also cause anxiety to sky rocket when project issues arise that we don't know how to solve, when work is slow and we aren't sure how we are going to pay our bills this month, and when we aren't sure what direction we want to expand our businesses into next. You've gotta take some bad with the good, I suppose. Thankfully though, I've learned some great practices for managing stress and for troubleshooting entrepreneurial problems...
In the entrepreneurial world, we talk a lot about vision. Our vision of what success looks like, our vision of what we want our businesses to become, our vision of what our lives should be. Vision is an essential tool for manifestation, however people often confuse vision and expectation for being one and the same. They are not.
As human beings, we have this innate tendency to establish expectations for everything.
We place expectations on what our careers should look like.
On what success should look like.
On what our bodies should look like.